Jean Paul Gaultier Couture Spring/Summer 2014 Collection
It’s all about butterflies again! Super talented and skillful fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier also unveiled his couture spring/summer collection, which had a very interesting thematic background, featuring an array of butterfly-like looks, made of all the fabrics and colors possible. We can’t even describe how innovative and uber-chic all that looked, still we can say that this is definitely going to be an important say for the fashion trends. The mysterious images created with the help of those extravagant shapes may become the gateway to absolutely unique and second-to-none looks.
Thus, talking about the main silhouettes available in the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture spring/summer 2014 collection, we can’t but start with the enigmatic black shade selected for the stunning combinations of black tops, black straight skirts, and uber-luxurious back elbow-high gloves. The butterfly transparent mask is what made these looks even more impressive and chic. These pairs are also interpreted with the help of such design solutions, as the straight pants, the extravagantly oversized and voluminous looks for the tops, and the striking body-flattering looks.
The diversity of the colors comes right after, yet the black shades generally remain there as the main play pairs for the bottom. The tops go diverse with cream, white, and blue options. The all-blue and dark purple options come right after, representing a super unique part of the line with those puffy and stunning shapes. Later the butterfly themes turn from headwear accessories to design prints, and combine the stunning effect of an orange top and skirt combination. The ruffled variants of these looks impress us, too. So do the astounding all-butterfly shapes, and the creative cutouts and net designs applied to some garments. The incredible cuts and the exaggeratedly huge headwear accessories are what the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture spring/summer 2014 collection is followed with. Finally, there came Gaultier’s version of the bridal gown presented with a bottomless one-piece, adorned with extra big proportions of tulle and chiffon, reminding of the extravaganza that this designer always likes to see on the runway.
If you are such a person, who always opts for the craziest looks, or one who wants to make a change, the Jean Paul Gaultier Couture spring/summer 2014 collection is definitely worth looking through.
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